Discussion in 'Firearms and Related' started by Seacowboys, Nov 3, 2015.
I need a really good banjo and am looking to trade.
Now, I wish I had a really good Banjo......
Why am I hearing the strains of Deliverance?
Sher Bon Jour ^^^^^ lol...
Got what I was told is an old 1923 Vega tenor Banjo....
I won't swear to make or model... all I have is word of mouth...
Cat is not included
What do banjos have to do with survival?
You just have to know the OP, to answer that Question......
It may take a while to get to know some of the old timers, SS, but the post is in the right subforum. Case extant, survival for Seacowboys is music as supported by his other, ah, habits.
Musical instruments are part of the entertainment and stress relief preps. To me, good music is a very deep thing. It stirs emotions and is a great escape, even if only for the moment.
Music makes the world go round.... IMO!!!!
Musical instruments and those that could play them where valued in the frontier..
Without music and humor, why bother living at all?
Gator, can you see any of the stampings on that wooden post that runs through the body from the neck?
Can't make them out, Maybe WD can get a few more picture's?
Barter has more to do with survival and prepping than any other single thing I can think of. I got maybe a 100 or so firearms but I gave my one and only banjo to a friend years ago,that needed something to do besides suck his revolver after loosing his family in a disaster. He's got a new home and a decent life life now and still calls once in a while and leaves a message that always ends with the banjo part from Poco's "Crazy Eyes", just to let me know that life is good. That little vignette has to do with survival too. I could just go to the Guitar Center an buy a banjo, but barter is more fun and expands your community base in real way, much more so than sitting on the couch counting bullets and scheming how to defeat the zombie hoards.
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